The TRIBE Project was one of the participants of the last European Sustainable Energy Week, which took place in Brussels by the middle of June.
This event represents the main and most relevant European initiative to share and exchange knowledge about projects, technologies or policies that could contribute to build a greener Europe. In this year’s edition, more than 2.000 participants attended the event, among which there were representatives from the industry, academia, and public administrations and especially from the European Commission.
In order to take part in the EUSEW 2016, TRIBE presented an abstract that was accepted to be exhibited during the poster sessions. This work summarized its main activities and objectives, including a brief description of the 5 pilots involved in the project.
In addition, TRIBE was also one of the participants of the “Networking Village”, a space built to foster information sharing and establish new synergies between European stakeholders, which runs in parallel with the main Policy Conference.
During this part of the congress, TRIBE was provided with a “Networking slot”. At this point attendants were able to get to know more about the project, and even some preliminary material regarding the videogame.
The person in charge of acting on behalf of TRIBE during all these activities was Eduardo Cembrano, member of the coordination team of the project, who in addition, was interviewed by the EUSEW organization with regard to the objectives of the project.
Another important positive result of TRIBE’s participation was the collaboration with its sister project, “EnerGAware” both of which joined forces to disseminate the projects’ activities and meet new stakeholders.